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Abdulllah Alamin
Jul 13, 2022
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Can you provide case studies or examples of similar businesses you have helped? It's always good to get examples of similar businesses that the company has helped. You want an example of how the supplier brought someone (ideally in a similar industry) from the position you are now in to a position of strength. 7. What metrics are you measuring to track progress? You want to know what metrics the business will use to track success. Keyword ranking is the foundation here, but ideally we want to see a more robust set of SEO KPIs. For small business SEO, you probably can't expect too much, but I really like total organic search traffic - the total number of pages receiving organic search traffic. 8. Do you have contracts or a minimum term? You definitely don't want long contracts for unproven vendors. If there jewelry retouching service are contracts then you want an exit clause after three months when you have a better measure of the business. 9. How and what will you report to us each month? The quality of the reports will depend to some extent on the budget, but you will want reports on the visibility of the keywords being tracked, the improvement in results for the keywords being tracked, the work done (including all links) and the work scheduled for next month. 10. How often do you review progress? Here we want to know what will be reviewed and when. After six months with a good supplier, you will probably be in a much improved position. Therefore, you want to know how the strategy will change. I would look here for quarterly or semi-annual journals. Can you do SEO yourself? The simple answer here is yes. At least a part. If you run a website, you're probably already doing SEO yourself. However, a professional will do a better job and generate better results faster. Likewise, your time may be better spent doing what you do and paying an
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